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Amy Poehler & Rashida Jones: GLAAD Anti-Bullying PSA

Amy Poehler & Rashida Jones: GLAAD Anti-Bullying PSA

Amy Poehler and her Parks and Recreation co-star Rashida Jones team up for GLAAD and The American Federation of Teachers’ new anti-bullying PSA.

The “Amplify Your Voice” campaign video also features Naya Rivera, Kristin Chenoweth, Chaz Bono, and Shaquille O’Neal.

You can join in on the cause by participating in Spirit Day on October 20. Wear purple and take a stand against LGBT bullying and show support for LGBT youth!

To watch more PSAs with celebs including Mario Lopez, Tori Spelling, and the Pretty Little Liars cast, check out Glaad.org!


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9 Responses to “Amy Poehler & Rashida Jones: GLAAD Anti-Bullying PSA”

  1. 1
    Mimi Says:

    As if we don’t have other important problems.

  2. 2
    Mindless Junk Says:

    Okay, so I’d like to start a discussion on a commercial I saw about this very thing. So, Wanda Sykes overhears some teenage boys using the term, “That’s so gay” and she gets offended. Now correct me if i’m wrong but, how can that be a derogatory statement when the original meaning for it was not intended for homosexuals. It originally meant happy, colorful, merry…etc. Unless people were saying “That’s so homosexual” Okay, I would understand. But, jeez, they need to get a grip and stop trying to censor everything when it wasn’t even their word originally.

  3. 3
    Andrea Says:

    OK great message but Shaquille O’Neal is the wrong person for this PSA due to the fact that he is involved in a lawsuit right now that deals with him bullying his ex girlfriend and hiring a hitman to go after her. It doesnt make sense why he would be chosen considering his background with recent criminal activity. Personally think he should be removed from this ad.

  4. 4
    David Says:

    @Mindless Junk your argument doesn’t really make any sense. It may not have been ‘their’ word originally but it is now. So it shouldn’t be used in a condescending, negative manner.

    And @Mimi bullying always has been and always will be a problem. Not sure why you’d be against people speaking out against it.

  5. 5
    David Says:

    @Mindless Junk your argument doesn’t really make any sense. It may not have been ‘their’ word originally but it is now. So it shouldn’t be used in a condescending, negative manner.

    And @Mimi bullying always has been and always will be a problem. Not sure why you’d be against people speaking out against it.

  6. 6
    David Says:

    @Mindless Junk your argument doesn’t really make any sense. It may not have been ‘their’ word originally but it is now. So it shouldn’t be used in a condescending, negative manner.

    And @Mimi bullying always has been and always will be a problem. Not sure why you’d be against people speaking out against it.

  7. 7
    David Says:

    @Mindless Junk your argument doesn’t really make any sense. It may not have been ‘their’ word originally but it is now. So it shouldn’t be used in a condescending, negative manner.

    And @Mimi bullying always has been and always will be a problem. Not sure why you’d be against people speaking out against it.

  8. 8
    Mindless Junk Says:

    @ David : Words have a multitude of meanings. When people use, “That’s so gay” it doesn’t necessarily mean they are referring to actual gay peeps. So they need to get over it and stop trying to censor the world. There are more pressing matters than changing that. Anyway, I’ll keep on using it as I see fit and won’t let them bully me to not use it.

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    MINDLESSJUNK Says:

    @ David : Words have a multitude of meanings. When people use, “That’s so gay” it doesn’t necessarily mean they are referring to actual gay peeps. So they need to get over it and stop trying to censor the world. There are more pressing matters than changing that. Anyway, I’ll keep on using it as I see fit and won’t let them bully me to not use it.

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